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What tier is my area in? How do I check my postcode?


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The Government has officially released their website that will allow you to check the tier your area is in. Head to gov.uk/find-coronavirus-local-restrictions to find out your alert level and the exact rules and restrictions.

There is also a handy website and app, www.lockdownapi.com, has been created called the lockdown checker where you can simply enter in your postcode, and you’ll be able to find out the lockdown restrictions in place.

Not only will the website confirm your area name, but it will also let you know your area’s status, whether non-essential shops are open and the latest guidelines around pubs, restaurants and gyms.

It will also outline your social distancing guidelines, including the rule of six and mixing households both indoors and outdoors.

You can also head over to your local council’s website who will also let you know the restrictions in your area and what rules are in place.

Which areas are in Tier 1 restrictions?

South East

– Isle of Wight

South West

– Cornwall

– Isles of Scilly

Which areas are in Tier 2 restrictions?

North West

– Cumbria

– Liverpool City Region

– Warrington and Cheshire


– York

– North Yorkshire

West Midlands

– Worcestershire

– Herefordshire

– Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin

East Midlands

– Rutland

– Northamptonshire

East of England

– Suffolk

– Hertfordshire

– Cambridgeshire, including Peterborough

– Norfolk

– Essex, Thurrock and Southend on Sea

– Bedfordshire and Milton Keynes


– all 32 boroughs plus the City of London

South East

– East Sussex

– West Sussex

– Brighton and Hove

– Surrey

– Reading

– Wokingham

– Bracknell Forest

– Windsor and Maidenhead

– West Berkshire

– Hampshire (except the Isle of Wight)

– Portsmouth and Southampton

– Buckinghamshire

– Oxfordshire

South West

– South Somerset, Somerset West and Taunton, Mendip and Sedgemoor

– Bath and North East Somerset

– Dorset

– Bournemouth

– Christchurch

– Poole

– Gloucestershire

– Wiltshire and SwindonDevon

Which areas are in Tier 3 restrictions?

North East

– Tees Valley Combined Authority:

– Hartlepool

– Middlesbrough

– Stockton-on-Tees

– Redcar and Cleveland

– Darlington

North East Combined Authority:

– Sunderland

– South Tyneside

– Gateshead

– Newcastle upon Tyne

– North Tyneside

– County Durham

– Northumberland

North West

– Greater Manchester

– Lancashire

– Blackpool

– Blackburn with Darwen

Yorkshire and The Humber

– The Humber

– West Yorkshire

– South Yorkshire

West Midlands

– Birmingham and Black Country

– Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent

– Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull

East Midlands

– Derby and Derbyshire

– Nottingham and Nottinghamshire

– Leicester and Leicestershire

– Lincolnshire

South East

– Slough (remainder of Berkshire is tier 2: High alert)

– Kent and Medway

South West

– Bristol

– South Gloucestershire

– North Somerset

Mike Omoniyi
Mike Omoniyi
Mike Omoniyi is the Founder and Editor In Chief of The Common Sense Network. He oversees and is responsible for the direction of the Network. Mike is an activist, singer/songwriter and keen athlete. With a degree in Politics Philosophy and Economics, MA in Political Science (Democracy and Elections) and an incoming PhD on a study of Cyber-Balkanisation, Mike is passionate about politics and the study of argumentation. He is also the Managing Director of a number of organisations including, Our God Given Mission, The BAM Project and The Apex Group.

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